I recently got an AC stainless "cassoulet pan." It's a wide, shallow, two-handled casserole with slightly curved sides, about 9 1/2 inches across and 3 inches deep, capacity 3 quarts. The pan is a recent introduction to the AC line.
I like it better than the AC 3 quart saute pan--it has higher sides, and the rounded sides make for easier lifting/stirring of the contents of the pan. It's even nice enough to bring to the table, as I did today.
Introductory price on Amazon: $99. Or $90 at the AC "outlet" website, Cookware & More : All-Clad Outlet
. Standard price about $149.
I personally think that the "try me" small pans are way too small to really use if you've got more than one person eating. But I watch for the "special prices" they occasionally offer on larger pieces.
Edited to add: I use this mostly for doing stir-fries and sautes, spaghetti sauce, etc. Rarely for casseroles--though it has happened!